A check-in with our Elite Academy as we approach the end of the season.

It's been another remarkable year for the Solihull Moors Elite Academy with five first team debuts and our sides flying-high in the academy leagues.

Morgan Owen, Kian Ryley, Finn Howell, Leo Wood and Joel Shambrook have all featured for Neal Ardley's first team in the 2022/23 campaign, highlighting the success of the Academy in its second year.

Likewise, it's also been an impressive performance across our league campaigns. On Monday, we lifted our first silverware of the season as our Academy stars lifted the Midland Floodlit League title at Studley Sports Centre, and Mike Fowler will be hoping for even more honours come the end of the season.

Here is your full Academy round-up:

Second Years:

Many of this season's first-team stars have been regulars again for our 2nd Years and have taken the Academy North Division title to the final game of the season.

On Friday, goals from Harry Lake, Kian Ryley and Leo Wood ensured a 3-2 victory away at Altrincham, meaning they close the gap on Blyth Spartans to just one point.

It's been a heroic effort to take the title into the final game of the season. Five wins on the spin have kept them in touching distance of the runaway leaders and the pressure is now on the side from the North East in their final outing.

Blyth will face York, whereas Moors will travel to AFC Fylde - a side that they dispatched 9-1 earlier in the season.

Click here for NLFA North Division League Table

Pictured: Two wins in a week take the title race down to the wire, Dicky King

First Years:

It's been an impressive year for our 1st Years, however, they can only get within a point of league leaders Stourbridge with two games to play.

Despite that, there was an impressive 5-0 victory against Birmingham City Community Trust on Wednesday as we look to finish the season strongly and secure 2nd place ahead of Halesowen Town and Boldmere St. Michaels.

Click here for Alliance League Table

Pictured: A comfortable win on Wednesday, but our 1st Years can now only finish second, Dicky King

Floodlit League:

Goals from Ethan Bracher and Taylor Need secured a 2-0 win over Kidderminster Harriers in Monday's final Floodlit League fixture of the season.

It was an evening of celebration at Studley as the lads soaked in their first silverware of the season.

Click here to view the final standings in the Midland Floodlit League

Pictured: Silverware at Studley, Dicky King

SCL League:

It's set to be a tense finale in the SCL League with three games remaining - click here for the league standings.

Joel Richards Memorial Cup Final:

Tickets are now on sale for our Joel Richards Memorial Cup final at Walsall's Poundland Bescot Stadium.

Looking to defend their title, our young Moors will face Stourbridge FC on Monday 15 May, 7:45pm.

Tickets are priced at ยฃ5 for adults and ยฃ2 for concessions (U18's & 60+).

Supporters can purchase their tickets HERE!

Walsall's Poundland Bescot Stadium will pay host to the final